Tess Dubois-Carey, president of the Sacramento campus of Universal Technical Institute, may not be able to assemble a car transmission from a pile of parts, but she has brought a new vibe to the automotive technician-training school since taking the top post in September.
Sacramento Republic FC president Warren Smith told the estimated 1,000 season-ticket holders Wednesday he expects to receive word next week from Major League Soccer’s board of governors and Commissioner Don Garber on an updated timetable for Sacramento’s entrance into the league.
Democratic Rep. Loretta Sanchez, in an interview with Univision 19 that aired this weekend, suggested that President Barack Obama’s endorsement of U.S. Senate rival Kamala Harris was in part based on race.
Chants of “Lock her up! Lock her up!” were frequent at the Republican National Convention as delegates voiced their contempt of Hillary Clinton, but the anti-Clinton rhetoric mirrors the often distasteful mocking of both candidates by advocates of the other. To be sure, similar disparaging comments of Donald Trump will be heard as Democrats in Philadelphia take aim at Donald Trump.
Sacramento Bee senior photographer Manny Crisostomo found motivation through his new camera - a Leica Monochrome digital rangefinder camera with a black and white sensor - and headed for the California State Fair the day before it opened. Once there, he was inspired by the characters he found who personified the fair. He captured portraits throughout the fair of workers, performers, fair-goers and animals. We think they are pretty special, too. Enjoy!
Manny CrisostomoThe Sacramento Bee
Portraits of character from the California State Fair
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